Overview

Over the years, Gibson has offered many iterations of the SG, but none has stuck around quite like the Gibson SG Standard. After its introduction as a replacement to the Les Paul in 1961, the SG's sharp, striking double-cut, beveled edges, and solid mahogany body, have all placed the SG squarely in the realm of legendary solidbody guitars. Though it was called the Les Paul after its initial production, the moniker was dropped in preference to SG. The SG Standard has remained one of Gibson's most popular guitars, and one of the brand's top-selling models, since its release, and has been picked up by players like Tony Iommi, Jeff Tweedy, and Angus Young. The Gibson SG Standard has seen many evolutions, existing and enduring through different additions and subtractions, but still remains one of the most iconic Gibson guitars.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • SG Standard
Finish
  • Cherry
  • Ebony
  • White
Year
  • 1990s
Made In
  • United States
Categories
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Number of Strings
  • 6 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

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Reviews for the Gibson SG Standard Electric Guitar 1990s
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  • The only GIBSON i really love

    Verified Purchase

    I can't wait for have it! :)

  • Incroyable

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    Un son exceptionnel, les boutons volumes parfait pour jouer sur l’agressivité du son, très légère et une vrai personnalité Du blues au rock avec un peu de métal Cette guitare fait malheur dans un Marshall où un bon vieux fender

  • Sweet SG

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    All I can say is I love SG's & this is a classic keeper! Wonderful tones and easy on the shoulder as well.

  • SG 's are the BEST Gibson Models!

    Light, Big Necks, Woody,Resonant tones like a Les Paul and a Flying V, What more could you want? :)

  • 1990 sg std.

    Verified Purchase

    Always wanted a nice sg std. This one does not disappoint. Plays great ,sounds awesome through my marshall , will be thinning the heard now.